Well here we go, This morning my nappy trial arrived from www.babykind.co.uk. For anyone interested in doing a trial themselves you can put together a trial back to your own requirements (as many or as few types as you like) each nappy or wrap costs Â£1.50 for a ire period of 2 weeks, and an admin charge of Â£5. Plus they throw in wipes, boosters, liners, wet bag instructions etc. You pay a Â£70 deposit and once you return the kit this is refunded minus your trial fee. If you then decide to purchase from the site you recieve a further discount off your first order. The advantages of this mean you dont shell out a load of money for nappies that perhaps you end up not getting on with, but also because the nappies have been used you are trialing them at full asorbency (some nappies take up to 8 washes to reach full absorbency, so if you bought new if would be a while before you found out how good they were). So anyway y hire kit has cost me a total of Â£23 and consists of the following: 2 x Motherease One Size (Terry) 2 x Bumbles (Terry) 2 x Tots Bots Bamboozles (Bamboo) 2 x Tots Bots Fluffles (Microfibre) 1 x Motherease airflow wrap 1 x Motherease riki wrap 1 x Nature Babies Wrap 1 x Tots Bots Wrap (all PUL wraps, although you can also get fleece or wool) Plus accessiories of assorted fabric boosters, fleece liners and paper liners etc. INITIAL IMPRESSIONS Both the tots bots (microfibre and bamboo) nappies feel the softest, and feel really nice and fluffy. The terry ones are a bit rough to the touch like old towels. I like the fact the fluffle also has a built in fleece liner, as this is ment to help with keeping baies bum dry, being built in this is one less thing to have to hold in place whilst putting it on bub. The Bumbles look the most complicated as they have a lot of poppers on the front for differnt adjustments, but I can imagine it being hard to button the right ones when changing a wriggly baby. Also the Motherease nappies look to be quite wide between the legs, which although prob good for containment of poo is prob quite restrictive on a newborn. As for wraps, I dont know how Im going to get on with a lot of them being velcro, as Noah straight away tried to pull it off! Although I like the leg gussets on the tots bots and nature babies wraps as they look like they will be good at keeping baby dry. The disposable liners are not what I thought, they are like bounty kitchen paper! I will prob use disposable liners as noah has quite sticky poo and I dont think OH will be so up for changing him if he has to them rinse them off into the loo. So on with the trial . . . . . 11:00 First up is the Tots Bots bamboozle, with only the built in booster and a disposable wrap, with the nature babies wrap. Nappy was easy enough to put on even though Noah insisted on standing up for the change. Fit is nice looks much like a disposale on, just a bit bulkier round the waist. Wrap fitted well over the top, although if I had him without trousers on he would prob be able to pull it off! And importantly his trousers fit over the top of the nappy fine.